More than 170,000 EU citizens have applied for a permanent UK residence permit since the application deadline at the end of June, MTI said in a statement from the UK Home Office on Thursday. As of the end of September, more than 6.2 million EU citizens had applied.
Britain withdrew from the European Union on 31 January. However, EU citizens who have legally and legally immigrated to the UK by the end of 2020 can still stay in the country at the end of the 11-month period following the end of British EU membership, but must apply for settlement status. The deadline for this is based on policy Expires June 30th. However, the British government pointed it out earlier
It will also accept applications submitted late for an indefinite period, for reasonable reasons.
Since then, London beneficiaries have continued to be encouraged to submit their application in any case, as the authorities will accept and process legal applications to determine the company, beyond the deadline.
Of the 52 per cent of applications that were evaluated and approved by September 30, applicants were granted permanent status, and in 42 percent of cases they were granted pre-established status, the home ministry said. Pre-established status can be granted to those who arrived before 31 December 2020 with the intention of establishing themselves, but have not yet lived five years in the UK at the time of submission.
The UK Home Office rejected three per cent of applications examined by the end of last month.
155,490 as of the June 30 deadline, according to the latest quarterly data compiled last month A Hungarian citizen applied For a permanent residence permit in the United Kingdom, current communication does not involve a country-by-country breakdown.
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